Campus Recruitment Training

What is CRT?

Campus recruitment training (CRT) is to aid candidates in their preparation for Recruitment through Campuses or outside campuses (i.e On campus or off campus).

CRT includes comprehensive training on the following:

  1. Aptitude Test
    • Quantitative Ability
    • Verbal Ability
    • Logical Reasoning.
  1. Group Discussion
  2. Personal Interview
  3. Resume writing.

Colleges looking to conduct CRT in your college campus can write to us to know more:
Email: info@educationstreet.in
Contact: 9820418067

Education Street has a comprehensive program designed to train students for all the stages of the campus recruitment process done at various colleges including engineering, BSC and other related colleges. The program has different modules for aptitude test, group discussion, and personal interviews. The program is designed to train students for the recruitment process which helps them land into a good job in a good company.

The training include all modules that most of the companies considers for aptitude test i.e Quantitative ability, Verbal, Logical reasoning. Education Street program makes sure that every module is mastered by the student which leaves them with no option than clearing the aptitude around of the recruitment process. As part of the course, students get practice exercises and test papers for each test module followed by the comprehensive tests on the pattern of the tests conducted by major companies.

To prepare the student for the next stages, i.e Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) , an classroom orientation is conducted on basic communication skills, GD and Interview basics,  followed by MOCK GD and Interview. Education Street provides intensive training for Group Discussion and interview by conducting multiple rounds of GD and PI.

Campus placement or campus interview is the program conducted within educational institutes or in a common place to provide jobs to students pursuing or in the stage of completing the program.

Objective:

The major objective of campus placement is to identify the talented and qualified professionals before they complete their education. This process reduces the time for an industry to pick the candidates according to their need. It is a cumbersome activity and hence majority of the companies find it difficult to trace the right talent. Many students do not understand the importance of placement training that is being imparted, whether it is an aptitude training or soft skills. They show the least interest in this due to various factors viz., projects, assignments or more of activities loaded by the colleges as part of their curriculum thinking that it is not useful. It is the responsibility of the companies training on placement to make the students equipped on all aspects of career development along with creating a very good impact in them which makes them feel every minute they spend in the placement training session is worth being there and will help them in getting placed in their dream companies.

Aptitude Test:


A test designed to determine a person’s ability in a particular skill or field of knowledge.Aptitude Tests are typically used for graduate or managerial level selection with the most frequently assessed abilities being,

The following areas will be covered in the week long program:

  • Verbal
  • Quantitative
  • Abstract Reasoning

Aptitude Training, will cover all the various topics given by companies. In Aptitude we deliver sessions based on QUANTITATIVE, REASONING and VERBAL ABILITY

ARITHEMETIC
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Problems on Ages
  • Percentages
  • Profit & Loss
  • Partnership
  • Number system
  • GCD & LCM
  • Averages and Mixtures
  • Time & Work
  • Time and Distance
  • Problems on Trains, Races, Boats & Streams
  • Mensuration
  • Simple Interest & Compound Interest
  • Data Interpretation
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Permutation & Combinations
  • Probability
LOGICAL REASONING
  • Number Series
  • Letter Series
  • Coding & Decoding
  • Cubes & Dices
  • Direction Sense
  • Seating Arrangement
  • Blood Relations
  • Time Sequencing & Ranking
  • Deductions
  • Logical Connectives
  • Analytical Puzzles
  • Non-Verbal
  • Binary Logic
  • Number Analysis
  • Alphanumeric
VERBAL ABILITY
  • Spotting Errors
  • Sentence Improvement
  • Jumbled Sentences
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Tenses
  • Vocabulary

Group Discussion:


Nowadays Group Discussion is being extensively used along with personal interviews for the final selection of candidates. It plays a main role in selecting the best among the best. It becomes necessary to conduct further screening after aptitude for choosing a few among many. It is one of the best tools to study the behavioural and attitudinal responses of the participants.

Rightly speaking, Group Discussion is more a technique than a conventional test. In fact it is one of the most important and popular techniques being used in a number of personality tests. It is a technique or a method used for screening candidates as well as testing their potential. It is also designed as a situation test wherein a sample of a candidate’s group worthiness and potential as a worker comes out quite explicitly

    Checks you for:

  • Communication Skills – key ingredient
  • Team skills – how you manage and engage people
  • Analytical skills
  • General knowledge
  • Self Confidence

Personal Interview:


The PI is often a test of a student’s motivation, passion, curiosity, ability to react creatively to situations, handle stress etc.

The two kinds of interviews one sees are the HR Interview and the Technical Interview. Some companies conduct both separately.

The major areas of PI questions that will be touched upon:

  • CV take-off questions
  • Subject Related questions (technical interview)
  • HR questions
  • Current Affairs
  • Company related questions
  • Case based questions
  • Further the following major areas will be covered:
  • Different Interviews: Standard, Behavioural

Resume Writing:

First impressions count, and the first impression that a potential employer will have of you, is going to depend on how you present your resume. This is going to be your one and only chance to capture a potential employer’s attention, or for your resume to be tossed into the file of those they don’t want to pursue.

The statistics are that the average employer only spends a few seconds looking at a resume, so it is imperative that it makes an impression. In this increasingly competitive job market you need to have a professional resume that contains the right information, so that it will stand out amongst the countless other resumes that potential employers will be looking at, and give you the best possible chance of getting their attention. You need to remember that you only have a few seconds that the potential employer is going to be taking to glance at your resume, so it’s very important to make sure that all the years you have been working and studying are going to be represented properly in your resume.